Quickslide and Kolorseal were chosen to work with Andas Homes on the restoration of a 19th-century Harewood Estate farmhouse in Kearby, North Yorkshire.

The process of transforming the period farmhouse into a luxury home uncovered heritage features including fireplaces, oak beams and a stone floor basement which were all renovated and restored. A new garden room extension made a modern yet sympathetic addition.

Andas – the name is Swedish for ‘breathe’ – opted for a bespoke colour frame. Quickslide chose colour-coating supplier Kolorseal to match to preferred shade of Light Grey, which complemented the tones of the Yorkshire stone walls.

Quickslide managing director Ben Weber said: “Together with Kolorseal we can give home builders high quality, stunningly beautiful products in the exact shades their customers are looking for.

“This luxury development is just the latest example of how doors and windows are transforming home design. Glazing elements are now so much more than just building products. They add value and personality to the very fabric of home building and are an integral and crucial consideration in the internal and external design of a home.”

Designer Holly Simpson added: “We love the quality and performance of Quickslide’s sliding sash windows, in particular the run through sash horns which make the frame so authentic.”

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